Tim  Nichols

Tim Nichols

Tim Nichols is one of Nashville’s most successful and respected writers, having had songs recorded by the biggest and brightest stars in country music. The Tim McGraw mega hit, “Live Like You Were Dying”, co-written by Nichols, won every major country award for which it was nominated, including the 2005 Grammy award for Best Country Song. Nichols also co-wrote Jo Dee Messina’s breakout hit, “Heads Carolina, Tails California”, Trace Adkins’ first number one, “This Ain’t No Thinkin’ Thing”, Faith Hill’s “A Baby Changes Everything” which peaked at #1 on the Adult Contemporary chart. Chris Young spent three weeks at the top of the charts with Nichols’ “ The Man I Want To Be”, while Dustin Lynch made his country radio debut with a Nichols’ collaboration called “Cowboys & Angels.” Nichols currently lives in Nashville, and enjoys photography and travel with his wife Stacie.